Violin Sonatas Opus 5 Nos. 1-6

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dc.contributor.other Arcangelo Corelli es
dc.contributor.other Rémy Baudet es
dc.contributor.other Jaap te Linden es
dc.contributor.other Mike Fentross es
dc.contributor.other Pieter-Jan Belder es
dc.coverage.spatial Netherlands, Amsterdam es
dc.date.accessioned 2012-07-28T13:30:33Z
dc.date.available 2012-07-28T13:30:33Z
dc.date.issued 2012-07-28
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/828
dc.description.abstract One of the seminal figures of Baroque music, Arcangelo Corelli was the first master of the modern violin, and the predominance of that instrument in the music of the following three centuries is his technical and pedagogical legacy. He managed to extract from it a beauty of tone and singing lyricism that were previously unknown; these qualities brought him international fame, both for his own performances and for those of his many students who began to disseminate his techniques. It would not be an overstatement to say that the fundamentals of modern string playing—including issues of both bowing and fingering—descend directly from Corelli. Though he did not create the concerto grosso form, Corelli wrote the first significant compositions in the genre, laying the foundations for the achievements of Vivaldi, Handel, and Bach a generation later. The same can be said of his trio sonatas and solo violin sonatas, all of which show a greater stability of form and developed sense of harmonic progression than those of his predecessors. These compositions were influential not only because of their innovative use of form, terraced dynamics, and major/minor tonality, but also because they coincided with the flourishing music publishing industry in Italy; Corelli's fame and wealth led to the printing of nearly all of his works during his lifetime, and their wide circulation internationally. Indeed, composers and musicians studied his scores for many years following his death. Corelli was born in the town of Fusignano in 1653 to a wealthy family. The details of his early life are unknown, but he most likely began his musical studies with a local priest before moving to Bologna where he studied at the Accademia Filarmonica. No later than 1675 (but perhaps earlier), Corelli moved to Rome, where he began appearing as a violinist in ensembles formed for various religious and civic occasions. He soon emerged as one of the city's preeminent musicians and entered the service of Queen Christina of Sweden (the first of several influential patrons), who had established herself in Rome after abdicating her throne. Some of the young composers earliest works are dedicated to her, and were performed at her "academies." Following her death, Corelli entered the service of Cardinal Pamphili, who gave him a generous salary and a place to live; he would remain in the Cardinal's service until 1690, when the Cardinal left the city. Corelli's patronage was then assumed by the young (extremely young!) Cardinal Ottoboni, who had received his office through the intervention of Pope Alexander VIII, his uncle. This would prove extremely beneficial for Corelli, since his young employer quickly befriended him, paid him well, and was a great admirer of his music. Few musicians have ever enjoyed a more secure or lucrative relationship with a patron. In this position, Corelli achieved wide fame and extreme wealth, and upon his death in 1713 he was interred in the Pantheon. © AMG, All Music Guide es
dc.description.tableofcontents CD7-- Sonate Violino e Violoncello o Cimbalo Opus V (Rome 1700) dedicated to Electress Sophie Charlotte of Brandenburg Sonate 1 in D major; Grave (allegro), Allegro, Allegro, Adagio, Allegro-- Sonate 2 in B flat major; Grave, Allegro, Vivace, Adagio, Vivace-- Sonate 3 in C major; Adagio, Allegro, Adagio, Allegro-- Sonate 4 in F major; Adagio, Allegro, Vivace, Adagio, Allegro-- Sonate 5 in G minor; Adagio, Vivace, Adagio, Vivace, Giga (allegro)-- Sonate 6 in A major; Grave, Allegro, Allegro, Adagio, Allegro-- es
dc.format.medium 1 CD-Rom. (63:34 min.) Digital; 4 3/4 plg. es
dc.language.iso en es
dc.rights Uninorte F.M.Estéreo es
dc.subject.lcc 60579522 es
dc.subject.lcsh Trio sonatas (Violins (2), continuo) Quartets (Trumpet, violins (2), continuo) Quartets (Violins (2), viola, continuo) Sonatas (Violin and continuo) Concerti grossi. es
dc.title Violin Sonatas Opus 5 Nos. 1-6 es
dc.title.alternative Opera Omnia. Complete Works. L'oeuvre Intégrale es
dc.title.alternative Opera Omnia. Completar las obras. L'oeuvre Integrale es
dc.language.rfc3066 eng es
dc.identifier.classification 5028421924038 es
dc.subject.cdu Co.03 es


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1. Sonate 1 in D major- Grave- allegro.mp3 3:09 2.887Mb Unknown mp3
2. Sonate 1 in D major- Allegro.mp3 2:27 2.241Mb Unknown mp3
3. Sonate 1 in D major- Allegro.mp3 1:06 1.011Mb Unknown mp3
4. Sonate 1 in D major- adagio.mp3 2:36 2.386Mb Unknown mp3
5. Sonate 1 in D major- Allegro.mp3 1:37 1.487Mb Unknown mp3
6. Sonate 2 in B flat major- Grave.mp3 2:45 2.514Mb Unknown mp3
7. Sonate 2 in B flat major- Allegro.mp3 2:19 2.114Mb Unknown mp3
8. Sonate 2 in B flat major- Vivace.mp3 1:18 1.186Mb Unknown mp3
9. Sonate 2 in B flat major- Adagio.mp3 2:40 2.439Mb Unknown mp3
10. Sonate 2 in B flat major- Vivace.mp3 1:20 1.225Mb Unknown mp3
11. Sonate 3 in C major- Adagio.mp3 2:36 2.387Mb Unknown mp3
12. Sonate 3 in C major- Allegro.mp3 2:10 1.988Mb Unknown mp3
13. Sonate 3 in C major- Adagio.mp3 2:58 2.714Mb Unknown mp3
14. Sonate 3 in C major- Allegro.mp3 1:06 1.006Mb Unknown mp3
15. Sonate 3 in C major- Allegro.mp3 2:33 2.329Mb Unknown mp3
16. Sonate 4 in F major- Adagio.mp3 2:01 1.851Mb Unknown mp3
17. Sonate 4 in F major- Allegro.mp3 2:29 2.281Mb Unknown mp3
18. Sonate 4 in F major- Vivace.mp3 1:15 1.140Mb Unknown mp3
19. Sonate 4 in F major- Adagio.mp3 2:12 2.008Mb Unknown mp3
20. Sonate 4 in F major- Allegro.mp3 2:28 2.259Mb Unknown mp3
21. Sonate 5 in G minor- Adagio.mp3 2:45 2.510Mb Unknown mp3
22. Sonate 5 in G minor- Vivace.mp3 2:08 1.955Mb Unknown mp3
23. Sonate 5 in G minor- Adagio.mp3 2:09 1.962Mb Unknown mp3
24. Sonate 5 in G minor- Vivace.mp3 1:43 1.572Mb Unknown mp3
25. Sonate 5 in G minor- Giga. allegro.mp3 1:50 1.680Mb Unknown mp3
26. Sonate 6 in A major- Grave.mp3 2:36 2.381Mb Unknown mp3
27. Sonate 6 in A major- Allegro.mp3 2:24 2.202Mb Unknown mp3
28. Sonate 6 in A major- Allegro.mp3 1:09 1.056Mb Unknown mp3
29. Sonate 6 in A major- Adagio.mp3 2:09 1.970Mb Unknown mp3
30. Sonate 6 in A major- Allegro.mp3 2:16 2.069Mb Unknown mp3
Sonate 1 in D major- Completo.wav 10:44 108.3Mb WAV audio wav
Sonate 2 in B flat major- Completo.wav 10:09 102.4Mb WAV audio wav
Sonate 3 in C major- Completo.wav 11:11 112.8Mb WAV audio wav
Sonate 4 in F major- Completo.wav 10:13 103.0Mb WAV audio wav
Sonate 5 in G minor- Completo.wav 10:22 104.6Mb WAV audio wav
Sonate 6 in A major- Completo.wav 10:22 104.6Mb WAV audio wav

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